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Title of the item:

Adoption Outcomes for Children with Handicaps.

Title :
Adoption Outcomes for Children with Handicaps.
Authors :
Rosenthal, James A.
Groze, Victor
Aguilar, Gloria Duran
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Subjects :
SPECIAL needs adoption
CHILDREN with disabilities
ADOPTION
QUESTIONNAIRES
FOSTER home care
SOCIAL services
PARENT-child relationships
SURVEYS
ADOPTIVE parents
Source :
Child Welfare. Nov/Dec91, Vol. 70 Issue 6, p623-636. 14p. 3 Charts.
Academic Journal
The article presents the findings of a mail survey on the adoption outcomes of families which adopted children with special needs. The adopted children were suffering from vision, hearing, or physical impairment, mental retardation or serious medical condition. A 15-page questionnaire was mailed to 1,328 families which had adopted children with special needs at four social service agencies. The questionnaire was returned by 799 families. According to the finding, the response of majority of the parents was favorable.
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